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Florn.net Podcast
Brought to you by Dan Adinolfi, a geek enjoying the good life in Ithaca, NY.

July 04, 2006 - A Few Odds and Ends
Though Spring is long gone, it's time for some Spring Cleaning at the Florn.net Podcast. Sorting through the box of accumulated stuff that was intended for the podcast, I've put together a show of original poetry and music. But this isn't junk, so sit back and enjoy while watching me do all the dirty work.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 68


June 20, 2006 - A Quick Drink
Belly up to the bar and enjoy a quick drink or two. On tap, I have two songs from the Podsafe Music Network and an original poem called "Kiss of the Glass". You may never look at stout the same way again.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 67


June 12, 2006 - On the Road
Video from the road! During a road trip, I got bored in the car and decided to test out the iSight camera in my new MacBook Pro. Today's video podcast is a quick rant about American cars and how they reflect the dominant American culture. Vroom!

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 66


April 15, 2006 - Security Architectures at Cornell
Special video edition! Two weeks ago I did a presentation for the Advanced Technologies and Architectures group of Cornell Information Technologies. My presentation was entitled "Security Architectures at Cornell". Anyone interested in understanding how best to create a security architecture to protect their resources, which should include anyone who has a computer, will find this presentation interesting, informative, and (possibly) entertaining, though some of the content is geared toward tech-folk. It wasn't designed to be a layman's presentation. Still, the methodologies and philosophies should be useful for anyone.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 65


March 15, 2006 - First Birthday Celebration
Happy First Birthday to the Florn.net Podcast! Today we celebrate with podsafe music from Hollow Horse, Murder the Stout, and Anemo. Also, we meet Flynn Bazzini and are gifted with his story about scary old ladies and unfortunate pigeons. Who wants some cake?

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 64


March 01, 2006 - Where Have I Been?
Where the hell have I been? Podsafe music from the Brobdingnagian Bards (and others) and a sonnet from The Bard help me explain it all.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 63


February 01, 2006 - The Poetry of Robert Burns
Today I explore some of the poetry of Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns. From Auld Lang Syne to putting down Polemics, Burns' poetry has been a huge influence on generations of scholars, politicians, and everyday folk. Raise a cup of kindness (scotch) and join in the celebration (a week late).

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 62


January 25, 2006 - The Blues My Baby Gives Me
We're talking the Blues today but not with the music you might expect. Along with some tunes, I share some feedback from my Mother and an original spoken word piece called "Baby Blues". Respect the kazoo.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 61


January 16, 2006 - Lowest Common Denominator
What is the value of the lowest common denominator? Today, Marie and Dan contemplate this question while enjoying some not-so-common podsafe music. Also, we share an original story called "When You Gotta Go, You Gotta Go." Down with Hootie, up with dick and fart jokes!

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 60


January 07, 2006 - Haiku Achoo
Podcasting when ill is dangerous! Find out how dangerous on today's show. I recite some original haiku, play a promo, and spin some great music all while under the influence of a head cold. Pass the tissues.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 59


December 30, 2005 - Something International
Music from Israel and France and original spoken word about travel called "Flying Home". Today, grab a cup of coffee (probably from South America, Africa, or Southeast Asia) and take a quick spin around the world with us.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 58


December 21, 2005 - Twas the Podcast Before Christmas
Merry Christmas from the Florn.net Podcast! Today, I play lots of podsafe Christmas music, recite "Twas the Night Before Christmas", and wax philosophical about rum balls, gift-giving, and other joys of the holiday season. Remember to leave Santa some coffee with his cookies!

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 57


December 16, 2005 - Ithaca Music Showcase: Pamela Goddard
Today, it's all about other people's art. I feature the music of Ithaca-area musician Pamela Goddard and play promos for some other podcasts worth a listening-to. Traditional music and a new-fangled method for communication: perfect together.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 56


December 11, 2005 - Thoughts Over a Cup of Coffee and a Glass of Gin
Come with me to a gin joint, a coffee shop, and back again. Today, I feature some podsafe music and an original spoken word piece called "No Talking, No Drinking". Pass the olives and the creamer.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 55


November 30, 2005 - Conversation Trip
Today, my lovely wife, Marie, joins me to help break in my new microphone with conversation about pickup lines, weird job experiences, and Smurfs. A little ambient podsafe music is mixed in to set the mood. Sit back and take a trip with us.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 54


November 26, 2005 - Winter Driving and You
Today, I extoll the virtues of manual transmission and good snow tires, curse lake effect snow, and admit my own lameness while telling the story of how I learned to drive standard. Vroom, baby!

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 53


November 10, 2005 - Civic Duty
Today, I give a quick civics lesson, talking about blood and voting. (Blood is compulsory.) Also, some podsafe music and an original poem about pulling a lever.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 52


November 02, 2005 - The Music of Harvey Keene
Today, I play some tracks from the album "Casual Heroes" by Harvey Keene and revel in sweet guitar licks and thoughful lyrics (about pork). Also, I share some Edgar Allan Poe poetry and discuss my love for Tulsa in music.

  • Check out the music of Harvey Keene. Buy a CD.
  • Listen to a great rendition of "A Cask of Amontillado", by Edgar Allan Poe, at The Seanachai. I'd say he stole my idea, but it's too good an idea not to be thought of by everyone! And while you're at it, read "Eldorado".

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 51


October 24, 2005 - Show 50 Celebration
It's Show 50! To help celebrate this milestone, I feature music from the Podsafe Music Network, congratulations from listeners, and my lovely wife joining me in the Bungalow Studios. Discussions range from the joy of true love, theories on luck, and warnings about pressed ham. Join in the party.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 50


October 11, 2005 - Fall and Broken
Today, I swear a lot. More importantly, I feature the music of i am jen, rant about pop culture bad-mouthing the geek, and read some very broken poetry.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 49


October 05, 2005 - On Geeking and Fandom
Today, I expose my geek to you, the listener. I chat about Star Trek fandom, the annual Watkins Glen Walk, and spin some podsafe music for flavor. Live long and prosper.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 48


September 22, 2005 - Ithaca Music Showcase: Benjamin Costello
Today I feature an interview with and the music of Benjamin Costello, a great Ithaca-area singer and songwriter. Benjamin and I chat about his music, and Benjamin plays two of his original songs, "Walk Away" and "Fall".

  • Check out Benjamin Costello's website here. Listen to his music. Send him an email. He'll love to hear from you.
  • Check out the music of KCentric at the Podsafe Music Network.
  • When in Ithaca and thirsty, visit Pixel in Collegetown.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 47


September 16, 2005 - Party On
We had a party at the Bungalow Studios, and it's been a wacky evening. To help close it up, I invite my friend Deanna on the mic to share a poem by Amy Lowell and play some music from the Podsafe Music Network. Beware the bodily fluids.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 46


September 13, 2005 - The Music of the Mississippi Gulf Coast
The Gulf Coast of Mississippi is home to a number of great musicians. Today, I feature a handful of those artists to keep the music of Mississippi Coast playing loud and clear despite Katrina.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 45


September 03, 2005 - The Music of New Orleans
The spirit of New Orleans lives on in her music as much as in the hearts of the people of the Crescent City. Join me for a sample of the music created by New Orleans artists. Also, I toss out a quick rant about our federal government's reaction to Hurricane Katrina.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 44


August 29, 2005 - Anger and Catharsis
Anger is a dangerous thing. In the last two weeks, I have had cause to be angry. Very angry. Listen to me work my way through this anger with loud music and calm discussion.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 43


August 17, 2005 - The Innocence Project, Part 2
This show features the second part of a two-part interview with Jeff Anbinder. Jeff, along with being a friend of mine, is a recent law school graduate. While attending law school, he worked for The Innocence Project. Today, Jeff gets into the details of one of the cases that he worked on for the Project involving Thomas Doswell, a man falsely accused of rape who, through the Innocence Project, was able to find his way back to freedom.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 42


August 14, 2005 - The Innocence Project, Part 1
This show features the first part of a two-part interview with Jeff Anbinder. Jeff, along with being a friend of mine, is a recent law school graduate. While attending law school, he worked for The Innocence Project. Listen as Jeff describes life after law school and the work The Innocence Project does to help exonerate the wrongly accused.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 41


August 11, 2005 - Pennsic War Is Even Better Than The Real Thing
Once again, thousands of folks in garb head to Western PA to play at the giant Pennsic War! We celebrate Show 40 with thoughts about Pennsic from Marie and I and listen to some music that reminds me of the War.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 40


August 04, 2005 - Astronut
Thoughts of high orbit and the mysteries of the universe creep in and take me away on today's show. Joining me on the trip is some music by the Flying Heroes of the UK and Deliens out of Belgium. Also, some Dr. Seuss-inspired poetry!

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 39


July 31, 2005 - I-Town Showcase: Trevor MacDonald
Today, I feature an interview with and the music of Trevor MacDonald. Trevor shares with us his thoughts about music, life, and the Ithaca creative scene.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 38


July 26, 2005 - I-Town Showcase: Paso Fino
Today, I feature the music of Ithaca-area band Paso Fino. Also, I share an interview I recorded with Paso Fino's lead singer, Diana Anderson.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 37


July 21, 2005 - Pimp My Friends
Today, I take a soundseeing tour of Pixel, a local lounge in Ithaca. I also interview Jim Frenette, one of Pixel's lords and masters. At the end, I have a exciting (damn) announcement concerning the musical future of my show. w00t!

  • Check out the music of The Supersonic Guerilla. Buy a CD when it comes out!
  • When in Ithaca, visit Pixel. Buy some soda! Play a video game!
  • Visit 5ptz.com and see graffiti used for good and not for evil.
  • Check out the bands at I-Town Records. Listen to some of them in upcoming shows! Buy a CD.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 36


July 19, 2005 - Board To Death Do Us Part
Nice rack! I got a new mixing board. Mm... geekgasm. Also, a banjo tune, techno tune, and poem by D.H. Lawrence to sum up some thoughts about weddings and marriage.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 35


July 14, 2005 - Tanked!
Inspired by television once again, I talk about pet fish and their world. Also, some music from Italy, Florida, and Portland, and an original poem. Don't get the ick!

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 34


July 10, 2005 - Come Fly With Me
Inspired by watching the movie Airplane!, I tell some tales of the silly horrors I have witnessed in the air. Also, some music by the Syracuse band 3rd and Main and an original poem, "Con Trail". Don't call me "Shirley".

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 33


July 05, 2005 - The Sky is Jealous
Happy July 4th a day late. Today I groove to some jazz and talk about this and that. Also, I feature an original story called The Sky is Jealous, inspired by my July 4th weekend.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 32


June 30, 2005 - Parental Fear of the Gross, and Other Stories
Today we explore the joy and pain of all the gross stuff parents get to experience while raising a small child. We have some music from The Barnyard Playboys and an original essay.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 31


June 26, 2005 - Oi, Canada
It's Show #30! Tonight, my lovely wife, Marie, joins me in the Bungalow Studios for a celebration of Canada... and a celebration of Show #30! Lots of music by Canadian musicians and our thoughts about America's Neighbor to the North.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 30


June 18, 2005
Happy Fathers Day from the Florn.net Podcast! Today, we consider fatherhood with some original poetry, play a tune by Joe White of Nashville, and live in fear of felines.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 29


June 14, 2005
To make up for the lack of music in the last show, I offer you two songs by Anne Davis of Nashville. Also, see if you can keep up with my stream of conciousness. Everyone loves a challenge.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 28


June 09, 2005
Today's show is brought to you by the letter B! I talk about bugs and blood and read an original short story about beards. Also, discover the hidden agenda of the porcupine.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 27


June 04, 2005
A treat for us today, we have a the music of Alan Rose, recorded live at Ithaca Festival on June 3, 2005. Listen and enjoy!

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 26


June 01, 2005
Still no sign of the porcupine. Instead, we have a special guest, Alex Schwartz, reading his poetry. Also, we play the music of Ithacan Sean Kobuk. Happy Birthday, Scotch!

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 25


May 29, 2005
Today I am sick. Very ill. Learn about my hallucinations and how one can use a butt as as medical device.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 24.


May 25, 2005
Why did I say "porcupine"? Today, for your aural pleasure, we have some traditional Celtic music courtesy of Mike Gray and a track by the Ithaca band The Coopertones. Also, I recite some nanofiction and another original short story.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 23


May 21, 2005
Today we have some music: "If I Ever Make It Home", by Tyler Jakes, and "Fall", by Benjamin Costello. Also, some poetry written in a coffeeshop haze and thoughts about the audience. Beware the dustbunny.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 22.


May 15, 2005
Today's podcast, done after a few Guinnesses (yay, number 21!), features the music of Tyler Jakes, the poetry of Alex Schwartz and your host, and the effects of post traumatic stress disorder.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 21


May 11, 2005
It's Show #20! This extra-log edition of the Florn.net Podcast includes some tunes, a poem, and Dan and Marie being cute. We also contemplate deep philosophy and brilliant bitterness.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 20


May 08, 2005
It's a celebration of Mother's Day and Haiku Day! Also, some music by Seattle's Scott Andrew and a review of Xinlisupreme's "Zouave's Blue".

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 19


May 05, 2005
Today's show includes some more music by Enter the Haggis, some poetry by Dave Graham, and an original essay entitled "Paco and His Flan".

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 18


May 03, 2005
Music Week is over, but music talk continues, including a track by Enter the Haggis. Also, a poem by Mazzie and a rant about yield signs.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 17


April 30, 2005
We finish Music Week with a studio guest, JC Cohen. JC and Dan chat about music, contemplate the banjo, and try to scare everyone.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 16


April 28, 2005
Music Week continues at the Florn.net Podcast with a studio visit by Neidfyre, Mel Ginsberg-Stevens, and some musical words from Wordsworth and Yeats.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 15


April 26, 2005
Music Week continues at the Florn.net Podcast with Alan Rose and The Bard.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 14


April 24, 2005
It's Music Week at the Florn.net Podcast. Today we feature a fiddle tune by Mike Gray (playing the banjo instead) and a piece for Mandolin and Two-Year-Old.

Play, sing, listen, and enjoy.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 13


April 20, 2005
It's an early Father's Day at the Bungalow Studios, and the coolest Father's Day gift is received with glee! Also, a poem about air travel entitled "Cargo".

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 12


April 16, 2005
Florn.net Podcast: now with sound effects! (Don't worry, it's all NPR-esque, not stupid Top-40-radio-morning-show-esque.) Today, I rant on our local bird population and present an original piece called "7AM".
  • Weber Grills make tasty food.
  • The words for "7AM" can be found at my LiveJournal.
  • I created the sound effects used in today's podcast. Podcasting teaches one all sorts of new skills!

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 11


April 13, 2005
It's show #10! To celebrate, we have an extra-long Florn.net Podcast with special guests Doc Kinne and my wife, Marie! We talk about getting rich quick on Badison Avenue, gamma ray bursters, and disco. Get funky.

And don't forget to check out my poem "My Town On The Erie Canal" featured on the Slam Idol Podcast. Vote for me on April 15th! Dig it!

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 10


April 9, 2005
I talk a bit about sci-fi, contemplate springtime allergies, and give you an original poem, "Counterfeit".

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 9


April 6, 2005
I welcome a new baby, talk about copyright, and offer my first soundseeing tour: a bit of Washington, DC!

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 8


March 31, 2005
A melancholy episode, I give you another Mike Neiderman poem, mention another podcast, and get all down about life and death. They can't all be shiny happy.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 7


March 28, 2005
Some grandmotherly advice and a brief explanation of why my headset is evil. Also, the Beat poetic debute of my child with her song I Play, But My Diaper Is Full

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 6


March 26, 2005
Today I consider Hunter S. Thompson, pet crack, and Jedi. Can you claim the same?

  • Learn more about Transmet from your local feedsite
  • Purina One. Behold the bold new packaging... ersumthing.
  • Click here to learn more about Jedi.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 5


March 22, 2005
Today's podcast features some of my own poetry and an audio ransom from an art thief. Also, by request, some TS Eliot!

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 4


March 20, 2005
Today's podcast includes some beat poetry about something I've never done myself: karaoke! (Thanks to Mike Neiderman.) Also, from Badison Avenue, last chance offers considered.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 3


March 17, 2005
Today I talk about the show's theme music and my technical setup. Also, today's show features a special guest: Doc Kinne. Doc and I chat about Astronomy, Podcasting, and the concept of "ejaculatory radio".

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 2


March 15, 2005
Today, I introduce my new podcast. Also, I talk about the evil Neutron Cherry I encountered last week. In my Badison Avenue segment, I contemplate the horror that is "The Bug Vacuum". Forgive the voice, as during the recording, my throat was playing with a frog.

Click here to download this podcast. - Show 1


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